Interpol (film)

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Interpol movie poster.

Movie (1957)
French title : Police internationale
USA title : Pickup Alley

Victor Mature (Charles Sturgis)
Anita Ekberg (Gina Broger)
Trevor Howard (Frank McNally)
Bonar Colleano (Amalio)

(Synopsis needed)

Boeing 377-10-32 Stratocruiser

Boeing 377-10-32 Stratocruiser of BOAC-British Overseas Airways Corporation.

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At 17:06, when the police car exited the airport, another Boeing 377 Stratocruiser is seen in the background wearing the PAA-Pan American World Airways colors.

Short Solent 3

Reg. G-AKNU ill-fated Short Solent 3 of Aquila Airways. She crashed on the Isle of Wight a couple of month after the filming (killing 45 of the 58 on board on 15 November 1957).

Impressive splashdown among boats ...
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NOTA : an advertising of Aquila Airways is visible when Gina Broger is leaving the customs at Lisbon.

Douglas DC-6B

Reg. N5026K Douglas DC-6B (c/n 44426) of PAA-Pan American World Airways and christened Clipper Panama. Delivered new in 1954. Crashed on takeoff on 22 June 1959.

Note the Convair 340 on the right background.
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Same airline on the last aviation action (the flight from Athens to New-York) :

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But once in New-York, passengers are disembarking from a Stratocruiser ...

Convair 240-2

Registration I-LIFT, c/n 55 built in 1948. Convair 240-2 of LAI-Linee Aeree Italiane.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).

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Douglas DC-6

Reg. SE-BDL, Douglas DC-6 c/n 43129 of SAS
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

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Vickers VC.1 Viking

This Viking is a continuity error as it's a Douglas DC-3 performing the landing.

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Douglas DC-6B

Reg. PH-DFK Douglas DC-6B c/n 43552/240 of KLM-Royal Dutch Airlines which christened her Jan Huyghen van Linschoten. On 19 February 1958 she suffured substantial damage on landing at Cairo-Almaza Airport and could be repaired. Sold to Yugoslavian Adria Airways as the YU-AFE in 1962. Scrapped in 1974.

Note the Lockheed 1049 Super G Constellation of TWA on the right.

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